Latest TV Reviews
After a mediocre premiere, the American Gothic season finale adequately wraps up the convoluted mystery, making a second season seem unlikely.
Donald Glover returns to TV in FX’s new series Atlanta, an astoundingly smart, heartfelt, and funny series.
Killjoys proves itself a fun sci-fi adventure yet again in the season 2 finale as the team unites with an old enemy for a new mission.
FXX’s smart, biting comedy You’re the Worst returns for season 3, with Jimmy and Gretchen growing up and fighting it every step of the way.
The counselors of Camp Stillwater must finally defeat the demon as Dead of Summer goes full teen horror movie in the season 1 finale.
Fear the Walking Dead returns with a solid episode that follows a single character, making the most of the destructive midseason finale.
Amazon has released pilots for three potential new series including The Tick, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, and I Love Dick.
From Baz Luhrmann comes Netflix’s The Get Down, a big, vibrant, sometimes messy exploration of the birth of hip-hop.
After struggling through a badly paced and overstuffed second season, UnReal transgresses as badly as the reality TV series it satirizes.
Netflix’s BoJack Horseman concludes season 3 on a somber and introspective mark, proving again it’s one of the best series on TV.
Stranger Things builds tension and character relationships equally, slowly dialing up the stakes over its eight season 1 episodes.
Danny McBride returns to HBO with his new series Vice Principals, a cringe comedy that’s definitely in his wheelhouse.